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Content tagged with Compliance posted in December 2009
Washington's Regulatory Agenda Will Shape Banks' Risk IT Strategies
News  |  12/21/2009
Pending legislation in Congress will significantly affect banks' IT shops, and risk management will be front and center, reports Deloitte & Touche's Henry Ristuccia.
Mickey Goldwasser Joins Continuity Engine as SVP of Marketing
News  |  12/20/2009
Mickey Goldwasser joins Continuity Engine as SVP of Marketing.
FTC Sues Intel for Stifling Competition
News  |  12/17/2009
In a new lawsuit filed on Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is alleging that Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker Intel has stifled competition in the microprocessor market.
Citigroup Agrees to TARP Repayment
News  |  12/14/2009
Having worked out whatever differences might have existed between it and the federal government, Citigroup announced this morning that it has reached an agreement to repay its $20 billion TARP bailout.
British Bank Bonus Tax: Boffo or Bozo?
News  |  12/10/2009
The one indisputable business reality of 2009 is that, from a political standpoint, you can't go wrong dumping on the banking industry.
TARP Extended Through October 2010
News  |  12/9/2009
Since I'm conscientiously objecting to pay attention to anything related to Tiger Woods, his alleged infidelities or his Swedish mother-in-law, the biggest news today, in my opinion, comes out of Washington, where the Obama administration has announced plans to extend the troubled assets relief program (TARP) through next October.
Citigroup, Wells Fargo Disagree with Government on TARP Repayment
News  |  12/8/2009
With Bank of America having repaid its TARP loans last week, others are looking to follow suit. That is proving, however, easier said than done. The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday morning that both Citigroup and Wells Fargo have found themselves at odds with the federal government over the amount of capital each will be required to raise to exit the Troubled Asset Relief Program.
What ING's Insurance Divestment Means to the Bancassurance Model
News  |  12/2/2009
With ING forced to divest its insurance operations, the long-term viability of the bancassurance model has come under scrutiny.

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